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Origin of reading
OTHER WORDS FROM readingnon·read·ing, nounself-reading, adjective
Definition for reading (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for reading
He loved that idea, and suggested a potluck dinner of sushi and strawberry smoothies and readings from our favorite books.
That said, there are countless activities, from lectures, walking tours, and readings to yoga and gallery openings.
We would before Christmas compile a thick book of readings for him.Clinton, Bush, and Obama Speechwriters on How They Made the State of the Union Address|Chris Riback|January 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Similar to the readings on exercise equipment, these measurements can vary in accuracy.
At two or three of her readings, she says, they heckled her.American Gypsies Are a Persecuted Minority That Is Starting to Fight Back|Nina Strochlic|December 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Last evening our readings were interrupted, for all were busy in preparing for this important day.Evenings at Donaldson Manor|Maria J. McIntosh
But the readings in the Cathedral were becoming much fewer than of old.For the Master's Sake|Emily Sarah Holt
The most comic of all the Readings closed thus abruptly with a roar.Charles Dickens as a Reader|Charles Kent
The text there has two readings different from that of the pamphlet, viz.The Works Of Lord Byron, Vol. 3 (of 7)|Lord Byron
Mr. Burnand's bright "Happy Thoughts" readings could be forgotten by none that heard them.The History of "Punch"|M. H. Spielmann
British Dictionary definitions for reading (1 of 2)
- the act of a person who reads
- (as modifier)a reading room; a reading lamp
- ability to read
- (as modifier)the reading public; a child of reading age